Hinduism- Caste System, Enlightenment, no holy book, no single founder, India, polytheistic, Buddhism- India, no caste system, egalitarian, Siddhartha Gautama, missionaries, Nirvana, Eight fold path, four noble truths, Enlightenment Christianity-Monotheistic, Jesus, Bible, Jerusalem, Missionaries, Heaven and Hell 2.
Domestication of Animals, Complex societies, Specialization, Cities, Government, Religion, Record Keeping, Social Classes, Technology 3.
Located near rivers, Agriculture, irrigation, Rulers, social hierarchy, 4.
Development of Agriculture and Domestication
Democracy, Representative, voting, Senate, ruler
Buddhism- Zen Buddhism, Filial Piety,
Christianity-Catholic, Protestant, Baptist, Lutheran
Size, Bureaucracies, Emphasis on Family, Roads, Religions, Han-Confucianism, Rome-Christianity, 8.
Nomadic, Clans, Wars over oasis, no central religion, Chiefs of clans, 9.
Pray every day towards Mecca, Alms giving, Hajj to Mecca, fasting, Declaration of Faith 10.
In Arabian peninsula spread through trade and missionaries, contagious 11.
Sense of Unity, peace among the clans, sacred texts were stored 12.
Each invasion caused the capital to move north
Started to decline
Many were animistic, salt as a substitute for gold
Christian, rich due to slaves
United the people
Arabian Peninsula, Red or Black sea,
Major trade routes influenced Kiev Russia
Structures, law codes, bureaucracy
Patriarch held power, rituals, priest celibacy, orthodox priests could marry, excommunication each other in 1054 26.
Similar to china, emperor ordained by god, head of church and state, practiced lay investiture, women held imperial throne (exe Empress Theodora and Zoe), byzantine bureaucrats recruited from all classes, recruited troops, empire depended on Constantinople 27.
Lost land, economic decline, Constantinople fell
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